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Safeguarding Fish, Wildlife and Plant from Climate Change


The draft National Fish, Wildlife and Plants Climate Adaptation strategy is available for public review and comment through March 5, 2012. This strategy provides a unified road map for state, tribal, and federal agency partners to consider the implications of climate change. Resource managers are responsible for safeguarding America’s fish, wildlife, and plant resources, as well as the benefits and services they provide such as clean water, food and jobs. This strategy will help resource managers plan and adapt for the changing climate. To provide comments, please visit the National Fish, Wildlife and Plants Climate Adaptation strategy website. To learn more about climate change in the Northeast Region, please visit the climate change website.

News Release
National Fish, Wildlife and Plants Adaptation Strategy Website
Northeast Region Climate Change



Published on: Thursday, January 19,2012


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